Gadia Braga

Office Manager

Gadia was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and went to school there.  She graduated with a Business Administration degree from the University Estacio de Sa, and came to Canada in March 2018. 

Her first stop was Vancouver, where she lived for three months before moving to Regina. Gadia attended classes in English for Business while in Vancouver. 

Parishioners at Christ the King, Gadia and her husband, Kenneth D'Souza, are active in parish life. Gadia is a greeter and Kenneth an usher.

In her spare time, Gadia enjoys counted cross stitch, loves to cook and enjoys nature. She is a follower of St. Josemaria's philosophy, finding God in daily life, which you can read about on Opus Dei.

Welcome to Little Flower Parish, Gadia!

Thank You Note From Fr. Jose

My dear loving people of Little Flower Parish

I am sorry that I could not see you and say goodbye to you before I left for India, permanently.

I know, it was a shocking news for me and also for you.

Thank you very much for your love and fellowship and your prayers. You are so loving and compassionate and helping during my stay at Little Flower. I will never forget you and your love, and you are all in my heart.

Thank you very much for all your ministries to this wonderful Parish and people. I will desperately miss you and your fellowship. I can't stop my tears falling down when I write this note, I loved you all from my heart and will miss you. I will miss this wonderful parish where I said many prayers and Rosaries, celebrated baptisms and funerals, Confirmation and First Eucharist, and Holy Masses.

I will miss this wonderful parish and people. I left the Church in tears knowing that I will never return to this place. Good-bye everyone and thank you for all your prayers and love and support.

Please keep me in your prayers. Thank you.

Make an offering of the Mass

By virtue of the “communion of saints,” the Church commends the dead to God’s mercy and offers her prayers especially the holy sacrifice of the Eucharist, on their behalf. (Catechism of the Catholic Church.)

This practice dates as far back as Judas collecting a sin-offering for the dead, making an atonement so that they might be delivered from their sin. (2 Maccabees 12:39-45).

Masses may also be offered for the intentions of the living or in thanksgiving. Masses may be requested from Fr. Jose or through the parish office.   

 

How can you contribute to parish life? Click the image to see descriptions of the various committees you can join. Choose one that suits your gifts!

 


Little  Flower's Pastoral Assistant

Bonnie Thiele Hunt

Bonnie grew up in Spring Valley, Assiniboia, and Moose Jaw. She graduated from the University of Saskatchewan and taught home economics for five years in Carlyle, Arcola, Kennedy, Manor and Wawota. Earning a Master of Divinity from Newman Theological College in Edmonton, she worked in various capacities with the Archdiocese of Regina for 25 years – including catechesis with children, sacrament preparation, adult education, and the Lay Ministry Formation Program. She’s still involved in Lay Ministry and is on the board of the Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan. Bonnie is married to Ed, who has three adult children. They enjoy two granddaughters, run a mobile lube and fuel business, and have many adventures.

Be sure to introduce yourself when you see Bonnie at Mass!


Registration for Sacraments 

Click here for registration form

Please print the form, complete and return to the parish (scan and e-mail it, bring to parish office or place in parish mail box). Birth certificates can be brought in and we'll photocopy them in the office.


Calling Little Flower Youth

Be an altar server 

If you want to serve, are age 8 years and older and have received First Eucharist, call the parish office at 306-522-8583 if this interests you. 


Parish Staff Team

 

Donna Costella

Gadia Braga

Office Manager

Phone: 306-522-8583
​Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to noon; 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays

Bonnie Thiele Hunt 
Pastoral Assistant

 

Parish Council

The Parish Pastoral Council is an institution that brings together lay people and religious who, together with their pastors, work jointly to build the parish as a living Christian community.

Overview

Here's an overview of roles in our parish. If there's a committee you want to become involved with, email Council and we'll put you in touch with the right people. And God bless you for your commitment to stewardship!

» Parish Committees

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